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Mitogenomic perspectives on the origin of Tibetan loaches and their adaptation to high altitude

Scientific Reports

Jul 16, 2016

Ying WangShunping He

Abstract

Tibetan loaches are the largest group of Tibetan fishes and are well adapted to the Tibetan Plateau. To investigate the origin of Tibetan loaches and their adaptations to the Tibetan Plateau, we determined 32 complete mitochondrial genomes that included 29 Tibetan loach species, two Bar...read more

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MT-ATP8 gene
Loaches
Barbatula
DNA, Mitochondrial
Acclimatization
IMC-11F8 monoclonal antibody
Schistura
MT-ND1 gene
Fish <Chondrichthyes>
Phylogeny
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Mitogenomic perspectives on the origin of Tibetan loaches and their adaptation to high altitude

Scientific Reports

Jul 16, 2016

Ying WangShunping He

PMID: 27417983

DOI: 10.1038/srep29690

Abstract

Tibetan loaches are the largest group of Tibetan fishes and are well adapted to the Tibetan Plateau. To investigate the origin of Tibetan loaches and their adaptations to the Tibetan Plateau, we determined 32 complete mitochondrial genomes that included 29 Tibetan loach species, two Bar...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

MT-ATP8 gene
Loaches
Barbatula
DNA, Mitochondrial
Acclimatization
IMC-11F8 monoclonal antibody
Schistura
MT-ND1 gene
Fish <Chondrichthyes>
Phylogeny
1
30

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